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COVID-19 hospitalizations saw their biggest overnight drop in more than three months on Friday, falling by 63 to 2,304 statewide, according to the latest report from the Louisiana Department of Health.

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Louisiana has surpassed 2,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations and is now reporting more than at any point in the pandemic other than during the Delta surge, according to figures from the Louisiana Department of Health.

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A little more than 5,700 additional Louisiana residents have initiated a vaccine series against COVID-19, continuing the state's recent trend of declining vaccination rates, according to the latest report from the Louisiana Department of Health.

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COVID-19 hospitalizations dropped to their lowest point in more than four months, further showing that the state has rebounded from its fourth surge, according to the latest figures from the Louisiana Department of Health.

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A little more than 5,700 additional Louisiana residents have initiated a vaccine series against COVID-19, continuing the state's recent trend of declining vaccination rates, according to the latest report from the Louisiana Department of Health.

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COVID-19 hospitalizations dropped to their lowest point in more than four months, further showing that the state has rebounded from its fourth surge, according to the latest figures from the Louisiana Department of Health.

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Despite Gov. John Bel Edwards lifting the statewide indoor mask mandate this week, leaders at LSU and Southeastern Louisiana University said in separate announcements that their campuses will continue to require face coverings inside.

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The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations have dropped below 400 across the state for the first time since July 8, according to the latest report from the Louisiana Department of Health.

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The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations fell below 500 for the first time since July 13, dropping by 29 overnight to 477 statewide, according to the latest from the Louisiana Department of Health.